UUFE Offers

Lifespan Religious Enrichment

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Elkhart offers a variety of classes to meet the intellectual and spiritual needs of all ages.

Sunday Mornings

A multigenerational worship service begins at 10 AM.  Children leave for their classes after announcements.  Coffee hour and several enrichment activities occur after the service.

On most 3rd Sundays, we enjoy a potluck lunch shortly after the service. Bring a dish, but if you forget, stay anyway!

On most other Sundays, our Meditation Program starts at 11:45, usually running about 45 minutes.


Science and Society

Each month, at 2 PM on the second and fourth Sunday, the Science and Society group meets in the Gathering Place in the main building (1732 Garden St.).

We meet to discuss a variety of interesting subjects; many times taken from the excellent curricula contained in “The Great Courses” programs. These are generally 30-minute lectures by well-known academics from a variety of colleges and universities.

Society of Radical Readers

The Society of Radical Readers is CURRENTLY on a HIATUS.

We meet to discuss controversial books on a large number of important current topics.  

As with all other activities, please check our Events page for upcoming events and activities.


Covenant of UU Pagans (CUUPS)

CUUPS is dedicated to networking Pagan-identified UUs, educating people about Paganism, promoting interfaith dialog, developing Pagan liturgies and theologies, and supporting Pagan-identified UU religious professionals.

Yoga with Kristen Smith

Every Thursday at 6 PM join us for yoga. Kristen Smith is an experienced yoga instructor who has led classes at the Elkhart Environmental Center, Rise Up Farms and Wellfield Botanic Gardens in Elkhart. Yoga is an excellent practice to increase one’s strength, flexibility and balance, and to reduce stress. Cost per class is $10. Experience is not required. Participants should bring a yoga mat.